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DownBeat - The Great Jazz Interviews (A 75th Anniversary Anthology) Paperback – November 1, 2009
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Following the publication,in conjunction with DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE,of the fine "The Miles Davis Reader",a number of years ago,this collection takes in most of the greatest names in jazz,past and present. While many more musicians could have been included,the artists here form a solid foundation of jazz. From jazz's beginnings,featured artists such as W.C.Read more ›
One of the best Jazz items I have ever purchased besides the music itself.
If you are a Jazz fan or simply have an interest in American Music from the 30's through the 2000's, this book will not disappoint. It is divided into decades so that you can walk through the interviews on a nice timeline. It's a fantastic compilation.
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This is a gift for a jazz musician. He appreciates adding to his library.Published 6 months ago by Jeannie
Great compilation of content from over the whole spectrum of Jazz.Published 7 months ago by Steve K.
Very interesting to go back in time and see how this music was seen by insiders. Personally, I most most interested in 30-'s-40's and less in the newer stuff.Published 10 months ago by Improviz
Beautifully illustrated. Truly. The interviews with jazz greats are interesting, enlightening and entertaining.Published 17 months ago by Donna
Bought this book for my dad, a real music snob, for Christmas. He likes it!Published 19 months ago by Robin Sanders
A timeless treasure that should be in everyone's library.Published 22 months ago by Hayward S. Melville